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3 ingredients are all it takes to make this beautiful gold slime!

Discover Why Leaves Change Color! A Leaf Science Activity for Kids - CHROMOTOGRAPHY !

Discover Why Leaves Change Color | Connections Academy

Water Color Resist Spider Web Art

Water Color Resist Spider Web Art | I Heart Arts n Crafts

18 get-off-the-couch games. Great Ideas for those days you are stuck inside or birthday parties

18 Get-Off-the-Couch Games

indoor car wash

Dawn's Divine Delights: My Son's 5th Birthday and Cars Cake


Salt Fireworks Craft for Kids - Sassy Dealz

Homemade Moon Dough. "My kids love this stuff. Way Cheaper then buying it!"

Foam Dough = Shaving Cream + Corn Starch

weaving - the boys did this at day camp last year and loved it! Conner wanted to come home and make a scarf. :) - Re-pinned by #PediaStaff. Visit for all our pediatric therapy pins

Kids Home Made Arts and Crafts by Pink and Geen Mama

This is a great guide. Methods for tie dye.

15+ DIY Outdoor Games on!

DIY Outdoor Games – 15+ Awesome Project Ideas for Backyard Fun!

Science for Kids: Overnight Crystal Garden. Epsom Salt; Glass jars; Liquid Watercolors; Water; Bowl or glass measuring cup; Fork

Science for Kids: Overnight Crystal Garden - Babble Dabble Do

Love this free printable! Curb the "I'm bored!" with this reminder from Simple As That

Win the Summer Boredom Battle with this BORED Checklist

Colored Ice melting in oil experiment

Melting Rainbows - 5 orange potatoes

Summer Reading for Kids Going Into Kindergarten and 1st Graders | Alohamora: Open a Book Great books both kids and adults will enjoy.

The Boredom Buster Jar is a great summertime project. Have fun choosing activities you can do when the kids complain they're "bored" and write one on each popsicle stick. Simply pick a stick whenever you need some summer fun.

Summer Boredom Buster Jar {create memories with kids} -

Bubble Painting - A squirt of dish soap, 15 drops of neon food colouring, 1/2 c. of water, straws. Using a straw, students blow until they have a huge pile of bubbles. Gently press paper onto the bubbles, allowing them to pop on the paper.

Bubble Painting